Services This Weekend

PY_150x150Speaker: Ps. Yang Tuck Yoong
Sermon: The Red Thread of Violence
Time: Sat 5pm/ 6.45pm
Venue: Main Auditorium
Date: 27 August

From the first murder in the Bible to mass genocide in the last days, we have seen the downward spiral of mankind into a frenzy of violence. Once mankind had tasted blood, it had an insatiable desire for more. We are now seeing an epidemic of biblical proportions again in our day. The Church cannot sit still and do nothing. This is a call for response. 

PY_150x150Speaker: Ps. Yang Tuck Yoong
Sermon: The Red Thread of Violence
Time: Sun 8:30am/ 10:15am/ 11:45am
Venue: Main Auditorium
Date: 28 August

From the first murder in the Bible to mass genocide in the last days, we have seen the downward spiral of mankind into a frenzy of violence. Once mankind had tasted blood, it had an insatiable desire for more. We are now seeing an epidemic of biblical proportions again in our day. The Church cannot sit still and do nothing. This is a call for response. 

Chermaine Lek

Speaker: Chermaine Lek
Sermon: The Marvellous Mystery Of Mercy
Time: Sat 1:30pm
Venue: Main Auditorium
Date: 27 August

While the world is governed by the concept of merit, the Kingdom of God is founded upon mercy. The difference between the two lies in the fact that one is earned and the other is given. Although these two words are vastly distinct, we often mix the two together resulting in Christians striving to earn that which has already been given. When mercy is rightly understood, our works become a response to mercy instead of a qualification of merit.